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Epidemiology ( consider Jesus Christ )by Astghick Moradkhanians
— Astghick Moradkhanians
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Fragment. Where's The Poet?
— John Keats
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it's easier than a month and a month
— Markesh Dickinson
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The Gods Of The Copybook Headings
— Rudyard Kipling
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The White Man's Burden
— Rudyard Kipling
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The Miracle of Morning
— Amanda Gorman
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Listless Mind
— Zeenat Fatma
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The Defence of Lucknow
— Alfred Lord Tennyson
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The Bustards Egg
— Longerfellow
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The Female of the Species
— Rudyard Kipling
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The Law of the Jungle
— Rudyard Kipling
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WINSOME INSIGHT
— Zeenat Fatma
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***** आं थांनानै दङ - हारि ******
— BANGBULA BRAHMA UZIR
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The Stranger
— Rudyard Kipling
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****** जोमै हान्जा *****
— BANGBULA BRAHMA UZIR
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Lucy Gray
— William Wordsworth
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On Children
— Kahlil Gibran
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Ode To Joy
— Friedrich Schiller
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Ode To A Nightingale
— John Keats
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The Hound of Heaven
— Francis Thompson
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The Ballad Of East And West
— Rudyard Kipling
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Seated ❤️
— Joanne Boyle
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*** गोथां मिथिंगानि जोलै *****
— BANGBULA BRAHMA UZIR
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Willow and Ginkgo
— Eve Merriam
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We and They
— Rudyard Kipling
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